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Old September 7th, 2007, 05:10 PM   #141
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Air France, Qantas eye travelers to Bali

PARIS: Air France vice president for Asia Pacific Jean-Louis Pinson said Wednesday that the carrier would launch a service between Bali and Singapore based on a code-sharing agreement with Qantas Airways.

The partnership will commence Sept. 11, Pinson told The Jakarta Post, in what he said was an opportunity to explore the possibility of opening up more routes to Indonesia.

He added, however, that the carrier had no immediate plans to serve Jakarta directly.

"Perhaps in the future as Indonesia has great potential. We are confident of that." -- JP
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Old September 9th, 2007, 07:01 AM   #142
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Even though the service isnt direct and not flown by Air France itself, I'm very happy that Indonesia is still not out of the radar from Europe's airlines.

I know I'm not Indonesian but I think there should be consolidation...

For example:
Garuda and Merpati merge: re-equip with new aircraft, restart services to Europe, Australia. Market itself as a upmarket airline and attract Arabs from MidEast to visit.

Citilink remains as Garuda's low cost carrier, like Air India Express to Air India now.

Lion Air: Market itself as Indonesia's low fare airline, attract tourists from China, SEAsia, India before they start invading.

Mandala, Sriwijaya: either continue low cost or grow as a full service airline, but always smaller than main flag carrier, Garuda. They may tie-up with other regional LCCs like Jetstar, Tiger, Nok Air or Cebu Pacific.

Hope my suggestions are okay.
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Old September 29th, 2007, 06:24 PM   #143
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New Lombok International Airport Project


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PEMBANGUNAN BANDAR UDARA INTERNASIONAL LOMBOK BARU


Dasar Pembangunan :

* Keputusan pemerintah untuk segera membangun bandar udara internasional Lombok.
* Keberadaan bandara yang dapat didarati pesawat berbadan lebar dapat memacu pertumbuhan ekonomi NTB (menjangkau jarak menengah: Timur Tengah, Australia, Jepang, Taiwan dan Korea).
* Bandara Selaparang tidak dapat dikembangkan karena berbagai pertimbangan aspek teknis dan operasional.
* PT. (PERSERO) Angkasa Pura.I sudah membebaskan lahan pada tahun 1995 di Lombok Tengah dengan luas sekitar 538.8Ha untuk mengganti Bandara Selaparang

Lingkup Pembangunan :

o PT. (PERSERO) Angkasa Pura.I membangun seluruh fasilitas bandara (airside & landside), kecuali yang dibangun Pemprov NTB & Pemkab Lombok Tengah, sebesar Rp. 515 M
o Pemprov NTB membangun fasilitas airside yaitu Taxiway, Apron & Fasilitas penunjangnya, sebesar Rp. 110 M
o Pemkab Lombok Tengah membangun fasilitas landside yaitu pekerjaan area parkir mobil/motor, jalan lingkungan & fasilitas penunjangnya, sebesar Rp. 40 M.

Sumber Pendanaan :

o PT. (PERSERO) Angkasa Pura.I - Rp. 515 Miliar
o Pemerintah Daerah NTB - Rp. 150 Miliar

Tahapan Pembangunan (sesuai Master Plan) :

o PHASE-I, Stage-I (2006-2009) :
+ Runway: 45m x 2500m
+ Apron: 52.074 m2
+ Taxiway: 2 exit taxiway
+ Terminal: 12.000 m2 (2.000.000 pax)
+ Carpark: 17.500 m2
o PHASE-I, Stage-II ( 2013-2015) :
+ Runway: 45m x 2750m
+ Apron: 63.294 m2
+ Taxiway: 2 exit taxiway
+ Terminal: 16.500 m2 (2.400.000 pax)
+ Carpark: 29.100 m2
o PHASE-II ( 2028) :
+ Runway: 45m x 3500m
+ Apron: 74.514 m2
+ Taxiway: 12 exit t/w, 2 rapid exit t/w, 1 parallel t/w
+ Terminal: 28.750 m2 (3.250.000 pax)
+ Carpark: 29.100 m2
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Old September 30th, 2007, 08:41 AM   #144
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Indonesia AirAsia New Route : Jakarta-Bangkok



NEW ROUTE Jakarta - Bangkok!





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Booking Period : 28 Sep 2007 - 14 Oct 2007
Travel Period : 23 Oct 2007 - 30 Jun 2008
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depart from/to Polonia International Airport, Medan



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depart from/to Soekarno Hatta International Airport, Jakarta


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QZ7716 DEP 1620(CGK) ARR 1945 (BKK)

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Old September 30th, 2007, 08:54 AM   #145
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Nice Airport of the beautiful Lombok Island

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Barcelona – Madrid retains ‘World’s Busiest Route’ top ranking
Amsterdam – London Heathrow is busiest international route in Europe
Las Vegas – Los Angeles tops main US trunk routes
Mumbai – Delhi soars up the Low Cost route chart


The route between Barcelona and Madrid has retained top spot on the list of ‘world’s busiest routes’ with the highest number of flight operations (971 per week), closely followed by Sao Paulo Congonhas/Rio de Janeiro (894 per week), Jeju/Seoul Gimpo (858 per week) and Melbourne/Sydney (851 per week). These statistics have been compiled by OAG BACK Aviation Solutions, a division of flight information and data solutions company Official Airline Guide (OAG), by tracking frequency (volume of flights) on its renowned schedules database.





Europe
Analysis of European routes shows that Amsterdam/London Heathrow is the busiest international route (ranked 8th overall in the region with 350 flight operations per week), with all others in the Top 10 being domestic routes. Norway has 2 routes in the Top 10 (Bergen/Oslo and Trondheim Vaernes/Oslo.). Paris Orly features twice for its routes to Toulouse and to Nice.



North America
Topping the North American region for having the most flights per week is the route between Honolulu and Kahului, with 639 flight operations per week. The major trunk route of Las Vegas/Los Angeles is in second place with 553 per week, followed by San Diego/Los Angeles with 514 flights. New York La Guardia appears twice for the Boston and Washington Ronald Reagan routes.



Asia
Korea takes top spot in the Asia Pacific region for its route between Jeju and Seoul Gimpo (858 flights per week), very closely followed by the Melbourne/Sydney route with 851. Mumbai/Delhi takes 3rd place with 742 flights per week, and there are three routes to/from China in the Asia top 10.



Latin America
The route between Sao Paulo Congonhas and Rio de Janeiro Santos Dumont has significantly more flights than any other route in Latin America, with almost 900 per week. All routes in the ‘top 10 busiest’ list for this region are domestic, with 3 each for Brazil and Mexico, 2 for Colombia, and 1 each for Ecuador and Belize



Middle East
This region has the most international routes in its ‘Top 10 busiest’ list, with just 5 of them being domestic. The route between Bahrain and Dubai is the busiest international sector with 184 flight operations per week, although this is ranked 4th overall in the region behind Jeddah/Riyadh in Saudi Arabia (324 flights); Mashad/Tehran Mehrabad in Iran (199 flights); and Dammam/Riyadh in Saudi Arabia (184 flights).



Africa
South Africa dominates the African list with 6 of the top 10 busiest routes in the region, reflecting the highly competitive market there. Leading the way is Cape Town/Johannesburg with 831 weekly flights followed by Durban/Johannesburg with 588.

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Old October 3rd, 2007, 09:36 PM   #146
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Mandala airlines picked up Airbus.

Indonesia`s Mandala to spend US$4 bln on 30 Airbus planes

Jakarta (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - Mandala Airlines will spend US$4 billion on 30 new Airbus A310 and A320 aircraft over the next 5 years, its chief executive officer Warwick Brady said.

One of the aircraft has already been delivered and three others are to follow before the end of this year, Brady said at the weekend. Chief Commercial Officer Irianda Susilo said the four aircraft to be delivered this year will cost the company US$280 million.

Mandala plans to serve regional routes to Macao, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia, Irianda said.

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Old October 3rd, 2007, 10:13 PM   #147
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Merpati is the Godfather of Indonesia's eastern region airlines operation. They just ordered around 30 airplanes from Chinese company last month.

INDONESIA'S MERPATI TO LEASE 11 NEW AIRCRAFT TO EXPAND OPS

JAKARTA - PT Merpati Nusantara Airlines (MNA) will set aside US$11 million to lease 11 Boeing 737-300 and Boeing 737-400 aircraft next year.

Executive Vice President of the state-owned airline Guntur Aradea said MNA will also operate a number of aircraft in cooperation with regional administrations in 2009
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Old October 4th, 2007, 06:39 PM   #148
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Mandala airlines picked up Airbus.

Indonesia`s Mandala to spend US$4 bln on 30 Airbus planes

Jakarta (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - Mandala Airlines will spend US$4 billion on 30 new Airbus A310 and A320 aircraft over the next 5 years, its chief executive officer Warwick Brady said.

One of the aircraft has already been delivered and three others are to follow before the end of this year, Brady said at the weekend. Chief Commercial Officer Irianda Susilo said the four aircraft to be delivered this year will cost the company US$280 million.

Mandala plans to serve regional routes to Macao, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia, Irianda said.

Source:
Business in Asia Today - Oct. 1, 2007
published by Asia Pulse


Mandala Airlines places first A320 order from Indonesia

Mandala Airlines has signed a contract for 25 A320s and has become the first customer for the type from Indonesia. The airline already holds the status of being the first Indonesian carrier to operate A320s following the entry into service of the first of two leased aircraft in December 2006. The new A320s will be used to replace old generation Boeing 737-200s on Mandala Airlines' widespread domestic network that extends to over 20 destinations. The A320s will be configured with 180 economy class seats.

More than 5,000 A320 family aircraft have been ordered by customers worldwide, over 1,100 of which are from full-service and low-cost airlines in the Asia-Pacific region. The A320 has a widespread reputation for high dispatch reliability even on short hops, with wide aisles facilitating quick turnarounds for efficient operations.

"With this order, Mandala will enter a new era in terms of advanced aircraft technology and passenger comfort", said Diono Nurjadin, President Director Mandala Airlines, "The A320 will offer our passengers the highest levels of travel comfort whilst allowing us to benefit from their unbeatable economics including but not limited to lower fuel burn, reduced maintenance costs, lower direct operating costs and higher residual values. We are ready to expand our network from West to East Indonesia with the A320."

"I am delighted to welcome Mandala Airlines as a new customer for the best selling A320, which represents a major breakthrough for Airbus in the rapidly growing Indonesian air transport market." said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer – Customers, Airbus. "The airline took a pioneering step by introducing the low-cost, high comfort A320 to the domestic market last year and I am pleased to see this successful initiative leading to a major order from Indonesia."

The A318, A319, A320 and A321 make up the world's best-selling commercial jetliner. Designed to optimise revenue through cabin adaptability and passenger comfort and featuring the most modern and complete fly-by-wire technology available on any single-aisle aircraft, they ensure savings in every element of direct operating cost and provide operators with the highest degree of operational commonality and economy for aircraft in the 100-220 seat category. Additional technology features include advanced fuel-saving aerodynamics, including winglets and the widespread application of weight-saving carbon fibre composite.

The A320 Family's optimised cabin cross-section - the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market - sets new standards for passenger cabin flexibility in this segment. It allows for top-of-the-range comfort with wider seats and aisles, or an extra-wide aisle for the fast turnarounds that are essential in the low-cost markets. Furthermore, the superior cabin size and shape allow larger overhead stowage to be fitted for faster boarding and deplaning as well as greater convenience.

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Amsterdam route plan still on: Garuda

Andi Haswidi, The Jakarta Post, Nusa Dua, Bali

Garuda Indonesia plans to revive its Jakarta-Amsterdam route as soon as the European Commission (EC) lifts its ban on Indonesian airlines flying to the continent, hopefully later this year, the company's top executive says.

Garuda president director Emir Syah Satar said Wednesday that the government was hopeful that after the lifting of the ban, the national flag carrier would quickly revive the service, which was discontinued in 2004 for financial reasons.

"We are also planning to add new routes to Japan and India," Emir told the press on the first day of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Travel Mart, which was officially opened by Vice President Jusuf Kalla .

Emir said that as Garuda had recently passed an International Air Transport Association (IATA) safety audit, the EC had no more grounds for barring it.

He said that the EC was expected to lift the ban by not later than November of this year.

"We had a discussion with the transportation minister and the vice president this morning. He said that there will be a decision on the ban in November," Emir said.

The EC imposed the ban in June, barring all Indonesian airlines from flying to the 27-nation bloc after a series of aircraft accidents at home.

At the beginning of this month a special team was dispatched to Brussels, Belgium, to lobby the relevant commission committee. Upon returning, the head of the team, Cheppy Hakim, said that the committee would put the matter to a vote some time this month.

Also present during the discussions with the minister, PATA president and CEO Peter de Jong said that there would be a review of the EC's policy on Indonesian airlines.

"Let it be known by the European authorities that the flight ban is an unfair measure. For those who don't know, the problem arises when tour operators cannot get insurance for their clients," Jong said.

"It has jeopardized tourism, not only in Bali, but also in other travel destinations in the country. The good news is that we expect a new development in the next 8 weeks or so," he concluded.

Earlier, Jong had said that despite the ban on Indonesian carriers, the attendance of European delegates at the PATA Travel Mart 2007 had not been affected.

"PACTO, which organizes pre and post tours, has not received any cancellations. The time for a show in Bali is, in fact, perfect as the destination has been in full recovery since the beginning of the year," he said as quoted by Travel Weekly on Wednesday.

According to Garuda's Emir, after passing the IATA safety audit (IOSA), Garuda needed no other certification.

Aside from improving its safety and maintenance procedures, Emir said Garuda would also continue to invest in new aircraft. He revealed that Garuda was considering buying 25 Boeing 737-800 aircraft next year, and hoped to have 10 Boeing Dreamliners in operation by 2011.

"Airbus has also offered us 20 of their 320 series." Emir said.

After years of suffering losses, Garuda reported a profit of Rp 148 billion (about US$15.9 million) in the first semester of this year, as compared to a net loss of about Rp 361 billion during the same period last year.
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Three Indonesian airlines upgraded to top safety rank

Indonesian aviation authorities have upgraded the safety rankings of three domestic airlines to its top category, where previously only flag carrier Garuda Indonesia sat, reports said Tuesday.

"The three airlines have gone up by one rank to the first category, joining Garuda Indonesia," air transport director-general Muliawan Suyitno said, according to the Bisnis Indonesia newspaper.

The carriers are Mandala Airlines, Premi Air and Airfast Indonesia, he said.

He did not elaborate on how they had improved their safety measures.

Indonesia, an archipelago nation that relies heavily on air transport, has seen a string of fatal accidents in recent years and has one of the worst safety records in the world.

An Adam Air plane crashed into the sea off Indonesia's Sulawesi island on New Year's Day, leaving all 102 people on board dead, while in March, a Garuda plane crashed on landing in Central Java, killing 21 people.

In April the US aviation authorities declared Indonesia did not comply with International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) safety standards, and in June the European Union banned all 51 Indonesian airlines from its airspace.

Indonesia signed a pact with ICAO in July vowing to improve the safety of its beleaguered industry.

Airlines here were deregulated in the 1990s, encouraging new operators to take to the skies amid massive passenger growth.
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Lost of old, old equipment. 732's and 727's.

The Jatayu 727 looks particularly scary.
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Thai AirAsia new route: Bangkok-Jakarta

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Flight Info (BKK Hub)

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Hope more another Indonesian Cities direct flight to Bangkok
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AirAsia New Route: Kuala Lumpur-Banda Aceh



Banda Aceh

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Booking Period : 8 Oct 2007 - 14 Oct 2007
Travel Period : 6 Nov 2007 - 30 Jun 2008
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Rendering of New Samarinda Airport, East Kalimantan

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Lost of old, old equipment. 732's and 727's.

The Jatayu 727 looks particularly scary.
next year, government plan to ban all 732 and 727 from any indonesian airlines.

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^ Nice looking future airports in Indonesia!
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next year, government plan to ban all 732 and 727 from any indonesian airlines.

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Really ? How did you know that ? If sure, then Garuda will lose half of it's fleet... and also other airline...
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Garuda doesn't have any 737-200s or 727s
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Garuda doesn't have any 737-200s or 727s
That's what I was about to say. Also I don't think they banned them in the U.S. but all the major carries seemed to have got rid of their 737-200's and 727s. I remember Delta using a 737-200 as of 2006, too bad I missed that one.
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